Sunday, April 05, 2009

Shadow Shots: Room With a View

Red Windowframes

These are old ones that I've posted before, but they're favorites of mine. Besides, I don't have any worthy new ones. The windows with their age-rippled glass panes belong to a cabin on the grounds of the Adirondack Museum in New York, and the moose antlers are inside the museum.

MooseAntlers



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10 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Great shot! Love the antlers! Enjoy your day. Have a good week!

bobbie said...

Great photos! I do love the shadowy room.

Hey Harriet said...

Oooh I love those antler shadows! I can see why it's a favourite of yours. I'm very fond of the red background to. SUPER shot!

Greyscale Territory said...

Those windows look like a view onto another old world and the antler shadows are so artistic and dramatic!

Terri said...

Well, they're new to me! Wonderful shots, each in very different ways. That first one so makes me want to know what's inside! The ripples give it a bit of mystery or fantasy. Love 'em.

Sandcastle Momma said...

Those shots are beautiful! I love the ripple glass and the picture really makes me want to go inside for a closer look. Great job!

Char said...

I love the windows and I want to know who is inside. I think they are trying to read a book, but the fresh flowers keep demanding the attention.

M.Kate said...

wow..that's some shadow :D

MyMaracas said...

Thanks, everyone! I agree that the black windows invite a sneak peek inside, and spark imagined scenes of days gone by.

The antler shadows below this cropped shot were much more impressive, but I seem to have deleted or lost those. Darn it. It was impossible to shoot; a very dark room and a very brightly lit subject. None of them turned out really well.

marta said...

I love the first shot. There is a lot of mystery in it. I expect to see someone in the shadows.